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BRUSSELS, October 20. /TASS/. An agreement between the United States and Russia is the only way and only hope to find a solution of the Syrian crisis, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said in an interview with TASS on Thursday.
"It’s obvious for me that the only way to get to a solution in Syria is an agreement between two countries, the United States and Russia," Szijjarto said. "If the US and Russia are able to come to an agreement, there is hope to have a solution in Syria. If two of these countries cannot come to an agreement, there is no hope for a solution. That’s my very clear understanding."
Speaking about the European Union’s contribution into the Syrian settlement, the minister said that the EU should "play an important role in humanitarian assistance."
"We made it clear, and this is an agreement among the ministers, that there is no military solution for this issue. We are committed to find a political solution," he added.
"But we understand that this can be our contribution and we cannot go beyond the certain level because beyond that level there are two countries, the US and Russia," Szijjarto said.